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Week 6 DQ 1 Rebuttals and Refutations.docx

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Date Created: 11/13/15
Rebuttals and Refutations graded Anticipating readers objections is one way to determine what other sections to include and support in your paper Practice writing a rebuttal or a refutation by taking your thesis and considering the point of view of someone who believes differently or even the opposite of the argument you are making To do this review Chapter 10 pp 449 452 and post a paragraph that summarizes an oppositional point of view to your thesis and then refutes it As peers reply to one another explaining whether or not your classmates are presenting the opposition objectively and whether the refutation is logical Give one another ideas or suggestions for points that may be left out or might need to be further developed The paragraph you draft here can be used in a section of your Second Draft this week Respond This section lists options that can be used to view responses Collapse All U Print View arShow Options Responses Responses are listed below in the following order response author and the date and time the response is posted E Sort vaesoonse A Sort byAuthor Sort b If M Professor WrighLEE 282014 83746 AM In short what do people of the other side of your argument say What is one of the claims they make and how can you refute that claim Respond 3gt3U Childhood obesity is the product of fast food restaurants and this could be no further from the truth This epidemic is a problem in countries that the fast food presence is not felt as much as it is in this country so how could fast food be the only issue with this topic Respond RE E Regine Burks E 2132014 75741 PM Really good rebuttal Joseph I like how you included fast food relating to obesity and then switch it to infer that obesity is not linked to children in the different countries I think it gives a really good opposing argument People are quick to blame fast food for childhood obesity when really there are other factors to consider Great work Respond E E DanielHenry E 2152014111747 PM I do agree with Regine very good rebuttal Joseph it allows to bring up so many other issues that does exist but sometimes people tend to overlook Respond 11 I11 5 E Joseph Geith g 2102014 74444 PM gt My argument is that having a sedentary lifestyle extends beyond not going to the gym and to that of people that sit for the majority of the day Occupational sitting coupled with at home sitting regardless of regular exercise still leaves you at risk of many fatal ailments including cardiac failure cancer obesity and diabetes The focus group that would argue this fact are people that go to the gym on a regular basis and believe that even though their job requires countless hours of sitting that they are past the risk of premature death The most common claim is that l exercise 5 days a week and am physically fit there is no way that I can be at risk of these ailments The fact of the matter is that how we look on the outside is not the truth about what is


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